Francois Lamothe Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Francois Lamothe based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Francois Lamothe
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Oh No,ElliptiGO by Francois Lamothe
Cliff Island Store 2017 by Francois Lamothe
elliptigo meets the Midnight Ride by Francois Lamothe
Elliptigo retirement by Francois Lamothe
Vincent Van Go's Bedroom by Francois Lamothe
Feel the Burn, Elliptigo eclipse by Bill Pinnell and Francois Lamothe
Three Chimneys Inn by Francois Lamothe
The Big Camp by Francois Lamothe
Reflections by Francois Lamothe
Grace by Francois Lamothe
Arc de Triomphe by Francois Lamothe
The Cooper by Francois Lamothe
Repairin' the Traps by Francois Lamothe
Canine Composition by Francois Lamothe
The Young's Camp by Francois Lamothe
Resistance by Francois Lamothe
Returning Home by Francois Lamothe
Michelle's on Market Square by Francois Lamothe
Lamothe Street by Francois Lamothe
John Paul Jones House by Francois Lamothe
Maine Livin' by Francois Lamothe
Jenn's Store by Francois Lamothe
Sunrise over Portland head by Francois Lamothe
Off to Work by Francois Lamothe
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About Francois Lamothe
The Artist as Historian
Since 2001, Francois has been capturing images of the seacoast of Maine and New Hampshire. In the profile picture, he is holding a painting he was doing "on site." It is still wet. The image is of Harpoon Willy's dockside restaurant with the Moran Company Tugs in the foreground. The client wanted the painting done in a time when St. John's Episcopal church was still visible. This would have been more than 10 years ago- guess this is temporal artistic license
Street views done of Portsmouth throughout the years show the evolution of the city. Shops come and go, buildings are demolished and new buildings take their place. In many ways, Francois has become the unofficial historian of the Portsmouth cityscape.
Francois painted the highly successful "Americana Shopfronts" series en plein air, i.e., on location. Many mornings in the spring and summer of 2014, visitors and residents alike were fascinated with the image of the street artist- French easel, paintbrushes sticking out of jars, and a comfortable chair while Francois captured another view. Most of these paintings were commissioned or sold "wet." See the gallery"Artist at Work" for more images of this...
The term"Americana" refers to art which vividly depicts aspects of American life and culture.
Francois has show his art at many venues within Portsmouth, libraries in the area, the Conservation Center in Concord, NH, the Children's Museum of New Hampshire in Dover, Breaking New Grounds and The Sarah Orrne Jewett Gallery in South Berwick.
Permanent Displays of his work can be seen in the Cafe Espresso of Portsmouth, 1690 Bistro in Wells, Maine and For Love of Food and Drink cafe in Wells, Maine.
He recently completed a series of nine branches of the Newburyport Savings Bank. These will be on display at the main branch of the bank in Newburyport, MA.
The images"Rainy Day at Congress Square" and the "John Paul Jones House" were featured in the "Artists of the Seacoast" Calendar of the Families as one of the 13 images in the calendar out of 100 entries.
Should you wish your shopfront or business to become "Americana-nerized" by Francois, please use the contact information on this website.
Early paintings done in pastel and some oils and acrylics are available for sale. See the gallery called "Originals for Sale."